The Return of a Man Called Horse is an American Western directed by Irvin Kershner released in 1976 and is the sequel to A Man Called Horse. It highlights the ongoing conflict between the Sioux Indians and White settlers. Horse (Richard Harris) is a British aristocrat that once left his home and social class to become a member of the Lakota Sioux tribe, but who has since returned to England. The government is working to force Yellow Hands Sioux off their land. Despite the fact that the Yellow Hands leave voluntarily, the tribe is almost completely massacred. Horse, hearing what has happened to his tribe, returns to America and helps the Indians devise a plan to overpower the invading trappers and reclaim their rightful place. Every man, woman and child must work together to reclaim their ancestral land and tribal pride. Most of the film was shot in South Dakota and contains amazing American landscape sequences.